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Art can be viewed in many Red Deer shop windows along Little Gaetz Avenue and 49th Street this month during Alberta Culture Days. (Contributed photo).

Artistic variety remains part of Red Deer’s re-envisioned Alberta Culture Days offerings

Art exhibits and demos can be seen in downtown shop windows this month

 

This kind of outdoor concert will soon be happening in neighbourhoods around Red Deer. (Musician Dean Ray is pictured performing downtown in this Advocate file photo). For more information, please visit the Red Deer Arts Council’s website.

Curbside concerts to start this month in some Red Deer neighbourhoods

Red Deer Arts Council is organizing at least eight outdoor shows

 

Red Deer’s vibrant arts community will be showcased during Alberta Culture Days, Sept. 27 -29. (Contributed image).

‘Tea with the Brontes’ is part of Red Deer’s Alberta Culture Days offerings

Live music, theatre, literary and visual arts will be featured around the city Sept. 27-29

 

Cat-a-tude, funky acrylic cat paintings by Natalie Schmidt are showing at the Viewpoint Gallery in Red Deer’s Culture Services Centre. The First Friday reception is from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 6. (Contributed image).

Red Deer galleries hold First Friday receptions for monk-made sand mandelas, funky cat art

Abstract art, multi-cultural art and photography are shown around the city

Cat-a-tude, funky acrylic cat paintings by Natalie Schmidt are showing at the Viewpoint Gallery in Red Deer’s Culture Services Centre. The First Friday reception is from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 6. (Contributed image).
Storm rolling In near Nanton, a painting by Lynn LeCorre.

Central Alberta’s buggy, windy summers present many challenges for outdoor artist

Lynn LeCorre’s Alberta Bound exhibit is on at the Kiwanis Gallery

Storm rolling In near Nanton, a painting by Lynn LeCorre.
Cochrane artist Kim Bruce shows her sculptural encaustic books in the exhibit DisBound, at the Kiwanis Gallery operated by the Red Deer Arts Council. (photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Central Alberta artist seals book pages to decry the lack of education for many girls

Kim Henigman Bruce’s exhibit DisBound is showing at Kiwanis Gallery in Red Deer

Cochrane artist Kim Bruce shows her sculptural encaustic books in the exhibit DisBound, at the Kiwanis Gallery operated by the Red Deer Arts Council. (photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
Final approval given to Red Deer’s 2019 tax rate

Final approval given to Red Deer’s 2019 tax rate

City Council gave final approval on Monday to the 2019 tax rate.…

Final approval given to Red Deer’s 2019 tax rate
Contributed photo                                Detail of a flower work by Red Deer artist Jeri Lynn Ing.
Contributed photo                                Detail of a flower work by Red Deer artist Jeri Lynn Ing.
Andrea Rizzuti’s exhibit Reflections continues at Harris-Warke Gallery until Feb. 9. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Red Deer’s First Friday gallery openings include an exhibit about self-discovery

Special Olympians, winter sports and nature are themes of other shows

Andrea Rizzuti’s exhibit Reflections continues at Harris-Warke Gallery until Feb. 9. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
Andrea Rizzuti’s exhibit Reflections continues at Harris-Warke Gallery until Feb. 9. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Red Deer’s First Friday gallery openings include an exhibit about self-discovery

Special Olympians, winter sports and nature are themes of other shows

Andrea Rizzuti’s exhibit Reflections continues at Harris-Warke Gallery until Feb. 9. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
Wiklund vs. Wiklund will perform at the Red Deer Entertainment Awards (promotional photo).

Local performers recognized at Red Deer Entertainment Awards this month

More honourees and awards this year, says organizer

Wiklund vs. Wiklund will perform at the Red Deer Entertainment Awards (promotional photo).
Detail from Margriet Hogue’s mixed-media work, Hidden Treasures, at the Kiwanis Gallery at the Red Deer Public Library. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Nature captured in tactile collages created by Red Deer artist

‘Happy accidents’ occur when layers are scraped, says Margriet Hogue

Detail from Margriet Hogue’s mixed-media work, Hidden Treasures, at the Kiwanis Gallery at the Red Deer Public Library. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
Ode to Tom is a watercolour by Corinne Anderton that explores the interactions of colours. It’s showing in the Everyday Wonderments exhibit at the Kiwanis Gallery at the Red Deer Public Library. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).

Red Deer artist creates ‘Everyday Wonderments’ through colour explorations

Plethora of local art can be seen during Dec. 7 First Friday openings

Ode to Tom is a watercolour by Corinne Anderton that explores the interactions of colours. It’s showing in the Everyday Wonderments exhibit at the Kiwanis Gallery at the Red Deer Public Library. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
Matt Gould’s Exemplars of the Feminine exhibit is on at the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery, with a First Friday opening from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 2. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
Matt Gould’s Exemplars of the Feminine exhibit is on at the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery, with a First Friday opening from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 2. (Photo by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff).
A rice paper weaving by Amy Loewan in her House Inspiring Peace exhibit at the Red Deer Museum. (Advocate file photo).

Hocus Pocus and other art can be seen in Red Deer this First Friday

Several local galleries have official openings on Oct. 5

A rice paper weaving by Amy Loewan in her House Inspiring Peace exhibit at the Red Deer Museum. (Advocate file photo).
Photos by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff                                Alberta artists Karen Blanchet, Daniele Petit and Patricia Lortie at their joint show at the Kiwanis Gallery in the Red Deer Public Library. Some works are by other members of their collective, Doris Charest and Sabine Lecorre-Moore.
Photos by LANA MICHELIN/Advocate staff                                Alberta artists Karen Blanchet, Daniele Petit and Patricia Lortie at their joint show at the Kiwanis Gallery in the Red Deer Public Library. Some works are by other members of their collective, Doris Charest and Sabine Lecorre-Moore.
Jordan Blackburn’s artwork at the Harris-Warke Gallery shows human impacts on nature.

Red Deer’s First Friday gallery openings for September include glass art

Blown glass art, prints and dream paintings are part of Red Deer’s…

Jordan Blackburn’s artwork at the Harris-Warke Gallery shows human impacts on nature.
Organized Chaos, oil painting by Donna Gallant. (Contributed image).
Organized Chaos, oil painting by Donna Gallant. (Contributed image).
Organized Chaos, a painting by Donna Gallant, is showing in an exhibit at the Kiwanis Gallery at the downtown Red Deer Public Library. (Contributed image).
Organized Chaos, a painting by Donna Gallant, is showing in an exhibit at the Kiwanis Gallery at the downtown Red Deer Public Library. (Contributed image).
Decorative, message-driven art can be viewed in Red Deer
Decorative, message-driven art can be viewed in Red Deer